High Performance Coatings

Profit from Aerosol Deposition (AD) - a revolutionary coating process for a wide range of applications

Aerosol Deposition enables the formation of unique metal and ceramic coatings at room temperature on all types of material surfaces. Heraeus High Performance Coatings accompanies customers all the way from initial feasibility study to introducing this new process into series production.

Aerosol Deposition Equipment at Heraeus

Aerosol deposition from Heraeus accelerates development of antiseptic coatings

Hanau, March 8, 2022 - EOS Biomaterials Incorporated relies on Heraeus R&D equipment to develop coatings for the medical market. The company’s technology can be used for surgical implants and wound treatment.

"With our own aerosol deposition machine, we will be able to test and optimize new materials and material combinations in even shorter cycles in the future," says Mr. Lee, Chairman of EOS Biomaterials Incorporated.

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Protective layer for high temperature sensors

Improved High-Temperature Sensor Accuracy and Performance Stability using Aerosol Deposition

High temperature sensors are coated with a protective layer to secure performance. By coating them with α-Al2O3 using aerosol deposition long term stability is improved and measurement accuracy increased over the life span of the sensor.

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REM picture of AD-Al2O3 coating for protection of high temperature alloys

Significant Service Life Extension for High-Temperature Nickel Alloys

Even specialty Ni-alloys for high-temperature application are limited in their lifetime as they remain prone to corrosion. By coating these alloys with α-Al2O3 using aerosol deposition the service life of the system parts can be extended by a factor of 3 to 8 while reducing flaking significantly.

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